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About Jeffrey's Steakhouse
Casually upscale dining located just slightly off Main. Our Wagyu style beef is hormone free, extremely tender and intensely flavorful. The quality of this American Kobe beef is unmatched anywhere else in this valley. We also serve fabulous pork, lamb and fish. We prepare local produce when available. State liquor licensee.
Moab, UT 84532
Hours of Operation:
Dinner: Nightly: 5:00pm - 10:00pm
$31 to $50
AMEX, Discover, MasterCard, Visa
We will cater your party. Your menu or ours. Small to large parties. Please call for details.
Bar Dining, Bar/Lounge, Beer, Corkage Fee, Full Bar, Gluten-free Menu, Non-Smoking, Outdoor dining, Wine
Jeffrey's Steakhouse Ratings and Reviews
We had New Year's dinner here, and it was as good a dining experience as you would have in any famous big city hot spot. It is expensive by local Moab standard, but reasonable compared to an urban gourmet restaurant. The restaurant is located in a converted old sandstone house and apparently family operated. Ambiance, decor, cocktails, food, dessert and service were all absolutely first rate. Be sure to spend some time in the cozy upstairs lounge and enjoy a "New Old Fashioned" or your favorite drink. The restaurant's decor is unpretentious, tastefully elegant and sound levels are quiet. Steaks are Wagyu and at least as good as you will get in any top end steak house. Order a bigger cut than you think would normally eat, because you will wish you had more. Also, the thin onion rings are unmatched.
This gem is a MUST if you are ever in the Moab area. Be sure to make reservations well in advance since it is a small place, especially in winter when the patio is not available.
food and service were excellent as usual. the bone on pork chop was fantastic. nicely prepared and perfectly cooked. have ordered the lamb chops in the past and those are very good. wife had the petite fillet, also nicely prepared. the calamari is really nice as was the warmed olives & almonds. we always visit Jeffrey's when in Moab and it's consistently excellent.
If you want. great steak, and you're in Moab in the off season, you simply can't do better than Jeffrey's! Too much dressing on the Caesar was my only complaint...service, the steak itself (ribeye) baked potato, creamed spinach all were top notch! Expect to pay 5 star prices...but you will get a wonderful steak dinner served proudly!
We picked this restaurant while we were in Moab for a few days on vacation as it was listed as a AAA selection. We were delighted that we decided to go there as it was one of the best meals we have ever had at any restaurant. The service was outstanding, but the food itself was the star. Every course was top-notch, from beginning appetizer to the end of the meal. We were so surprised at the high quality of the ingredients and how they were prepared. Definitely worth a trip!
We were driving from AZ to CO, spending the night in Moab. We had a lovely delicious meal at Jeffrey's. We have eaten there before on similar trips. We have recommended Jeffrey's to friends and some have had the opportunity to dine there. Our steaks were appropriately cooked, the baked potato perfect. The salad does not have to be so copious. The bread pudding was divine.
The Ghost Bar is a quaint and cozy place to enjoy a pre-dinner cocktail. The zucchini appetizer was irresistible. My wife had the filet while I had the chicken piccata. They were both exceptional and Lauren's bread pudding was the perfect end to our 41st anniversary dinner. We will definitely be back on our next visit to Moab.
We were visiting Moab for the first time and everything about our dinner at Jeffrey's exceeded our expectations - from the way we were greeted by the hostess, to the quaint outdoor dining, to our knowledgeable and engaging waiter, Chester, to our excellent meal. Hope to be back.
Wanted to love this place, but the steak (all three of us had different steaks) was not the best, dry and oddly textured. Supposedly Wagyu but it just wasn't good. Service was good but lagged at the end. For the price the food just wasn't up to par, and since they specialize in steak it was a disappointment.
Excellent and delicious!
The chef provides fresh high quality cuisine in a lovely if small dining room and outdoor patio. Service was informed, very pleasant and efficient. Superb lamb chops and filet dinners, and bread pudding and apple crisp a la mode deserts.
Overall - Outstanding. The sole issue happened in the Ghost Bar while waiting for the table - ordered two glasses of Franciscan Merlot - took a while to get wine. Then later we discovered that they were out of that wine and the server had substituted another Merlot. Would have been nice if she had let us know since the one that she served was definitely of lower quality. Price remained the same.
Food (steaks) were perfect, veggies were also good as were the potatoes.
Will be back.
As suggested by the name, steaks are the real stars at this cozy restaurant . The bearnaise sauce is divine, and the steaks are truly melt in your mouth. The seating is a bit tight in this old original family home, but the comfort of strangers was part of the warm magic of the evening. All of our choices were delicious, and after the hustle and noise of Main Drag Moab, Jeffries was a quiet oasis. The chicken Marsala is also delicious, as are the homemade desserts
The meet was medium but I asked medium rare. It can happen. However, I arrived earlier and was sitting outside. I had a reservation for 5pm. A man asked me to leave because he had to prepare the place. Even 3 Minutes before five he asked clients to leave the terrace. I went inside to ask what happened and was told that we could not sit there before the sign ‘open’ was out! More rule based than client oriented.
We were visiting friends in Albuquerque and they recommended Jeffery's to us and I'm glad they did. Loved the atmosphere - nice and relaxed after a long day of hiking in Arches NP. Very friendly servers and excellent food - especially after only having Southwestern choices the few days before.
The steaks were expensive, and not very tender. Ordered the steak medium rare, but half was very rare, and the other half was well done. The crab was soaked in a tomato paste seasoning which was so strong you could not taste the crab. Sometimes trying to be different does not flow well.
The wagyu steak I had at Jeffrey's tasted great and was cooked to perfection - medium rare, just as I like it. The watress was prompt, attentive and polite.
My only complain for this restaurant would be : the host / administrator who meets you at the door and manages reservations. This lady lacks courtesy skills and has poor customer service manners borderlinig rudeness.
Hence my score of 4 out of 5 stars.
The service was rehearsed and rigid. The waitress said she would be right out with our bread but then forgot and left us waiting while she brought others entrées , desert.. we flagged her oVer as she was racing by to ask for bread. She returned with a basket of two cold french baguette rolls., not warmed. She was impatient with my questions about the menu. The entree was very good. The steak cooked to perfection. The entrance to the restaurant was llocked when we arrived at 6:30 pm and we had to walk to the service entrance to find someone to let us enter.
We had a better experience, and warm toasty rolls at Peace Tree in Moab UT
We love going to Jeffery’s Steakhouse. The onion rig appetizer is not to be missed! We have been there many times and the steaks are always done to perfection. Lauren makes the decor and the background music very relaxing and enjoyable. The service has always been friendly and excellent.
A highlight, in terms of food, of our vacation trip in early October. It's not a large restaurant, so make reservations, as it can be booked. The quality and preparation of our meal was first rate-steak and lamb chops. Wine menu is very good and service was professional. A bar is upstairs if you have to wait a bit. There is also outside eating, seasonal. Be sure to try (share) the tiramisu.
Wonderful find in Moab. Very small restaurant in old farm house so make reservations early. Service was timely, friendly, and informed. Evening started with two fun drinks- a “modern” old fashioned and a French 75. Yes fun drinks in UT. Started with salads. How do you make a great wedge salad (pretty basic concept)? You use homemade dressing, sweet white onion for a little bite, and traditional bacon/tomatoe accompanyments. For main courses we went to steaks- a strip steak and Beef Wellington. The strip steak was cooked perfectly and the accompanying garlic mashed potatoes had obviously just been made. The Wellington was traditional with s couple of twists like topping the Wellington with sautéed mushrooms instead of putting them inside where they would tend to make the pastry soggy ( we’re steeling that idea). Finished with a couple of after dinner drinks. Again, well done. Oh, and wine list is very nice and friendly priced.
Unfortunately only one of us had a good meal. My husband ordered the daily special which was the bacon wrapped filet and it was cooked as requested. I ordered the pork chop and it was over cooked. Management took care of it but we were disappointed with our dining experience.
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